Monthly Archives: June 2012

Fantasia International Film Festival (2012)

“FATAL PICTURES” is very proud to announce “FAMILIAR” is a Ofical Selection at Fantasia International Film Festival (2012) July 19th – August 7th www.fantasiafest.com

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Interview with (Producer) Zach Green

A FAMILIAR FACE: ONE-ON-ONE WITH PRODUCER ZACH GREEN “I’ve been meaning to talk with Powell and Green for a while now and even moreso after meeting the two at a Fangoria Fright Night of the premiere of Familiar and the … Continue reading

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Ravenous Monster interview’s Fatal Pictures

Interview with Familiar Writer/Director Richard Powell and Producer Zach Green John secretly continues poisoning his wife as his grip on reality loosens.  Or does it?  The brilliant short culminates when we realize John’s inner monologue isn’t actually his disembodied voice … Continue reading

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Just Press Play, take’s a look at “FAMILIAR”

Fatal Pictures’ “Familiar” Turns Ill Thoughts into Horror Familiar is only Fatal Pictures’ third release—all of them short films—following their debut Consumption, based on a true life case of consensual cannibalism, and Familiar’s pseudo-companion piece Worm, about a pleasant school … Continue reading

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Ten Canadian Genre/Horror Filmmakers to Watch For

Ten Canadian Genre/Horror Filmmakers to Watch For 10. Richard Powell, along with producer Zach Green, has created a trio of very memorable short films, including Worm and Familiar, under the Fatal Pictures banner. Familiar is currently making the festival rounds; … Continue reading

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Interview with Zach Green of Fatal Pictures

Interview with Zach Green on CREEPCAST, listen to the Podcast here.

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Thoughts on Film review’s “FAMILIAR” (2012)

What would you get if you crossed the body horror of David Cronenberg, the surrealism of David Lynch and the domestic danger of Michael Haneke? The answer would be something eerily Familiar. In a relatively short 23 minutes Powell manages … Continue reading

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